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It's our first lesson of Unit 2. There are two parts of this lesson. We'll teach you how to make mushroom in this part. You'll learn how to make flowerpot in next part. The main point of the lesson is to learn how to make two other important shapes in needle felting : strip and cylinder. Well, Let's start it!
There are 7 lessons in Unit 1, here they are
There are 6 lessons in Unit 2, here they are
|Tools:||Felt needles, felting sponge/ foam block, thumb protector, scissors, glue, erasable pen|
|Materials:||Red, white, tan, coffee wool roving, a piece of lace hems, a resin bowknot.|
|Time:||20m - 35m|
Needle Felting Basics of Beginners
How to make needle felted wool ball with short fiber wool?
How to make needle felted shape strip and cylinder
|Download||Coming soon (PDF)|
Stab the rolled edge with your needle few times, just to keep it in place. we've got a loose cylinder now.
Let's deform it into cone, stand up the cylinder, Stab around the top.
Press the top with one finger, stab it around while rotating it.
Nip the cap with two fingers, stab the bottom sideways, felting the bottom of the cap.
Trim the cone in the end.
Start to stab it from the edge.
Rub it with your hands.
Now, let's stab it to felt.
Stab the end of stipe.
Stipe is done.
Mushroom is done!
Make your own potted mushroom.
If you complete our assignment, you can sent the pics of your balls to us, or post it on Instagram and @ifeltify or to Facebook @feltify. You'll get reward points.
Potted mushroom: 100 points
What the points for?
1.Purchase needle felting supplies and kit at a great discount.
2.Try our new advanced needle felting wool tutorials and kit for free.
3.Privilege of purchasing our limited items.
4.Enjoy permanent privilege of free shipping (Orders equal or above $49.00).
Next lessen you'll learn how to make needle felted flowerpot and we'll attach them together. The main point of part 2 is teaching you how to make needle felted cylinder. It's another important shape. Well, see you then:)
Class is over, thank you!
Have any questions or advice we didn’t cover? Let us know in the comments.